Society for Case Research Spring Conference MBAA

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Experience level: 
Intermediate
Intended Audience: 
Faculty
Authors: 
C. Ken Weidner, Assistant Professor of Management (Moderator) weidner@sju.edu, 610.660.2112, Elena Lvina, Associate Professor of Management, elvina@sju.edu, Claire A. Simmers, Professor Emeritus, simmers@sju.edu Saint Joseph's University

Business Grand Rounds: Experiences of Faculty Teaching with Student-Written Cases

We have found that teaching with student-written cases heightens engagement through increased student ownership of the learning process from beginning to end. Faculty teaching using student-written cases can facilitate learning from situations that have been managed well as well as those that have been managed poorly. We have used student-written cases in a variety of courses for several years, adapted in different ways to suit learning objectives. Each panelist will share their experiences in a discussion for faculty who often teach using cases, faculty who generally do not use cases, and faculty who are curious about the potential of student-written cases in their courses.